Exact Audio Copy V1.0 beta 3 from 29. August 2011 EAC extraction logfile from 21. January 2012, 14:09 Sonic Youth / The Destroyed Room (B-Sides And Rarities).

  1. Sonic Youth The Destroyed Room B-sides And Rarities
  2. Sonic Youth The Destroyed Room Rar Trailer

Sonic Youth had no equivalent then, and they still don't - no one on the underground can rival them for daring, brilliance and range. Their willingness to experiment and evolve brought them perilously near the mainstream in the early '90s, but recent efforts have once again delivered them into the covetous arms of art-rock's intelligentsia. Sonic Youth was an American rock band based in New York City, formed in 1981.Founding members Thurston Moore (guitar, vocals), Kim Gordon (bass, vocals, guitar) and Lee Ranaldo (guitar, vocals) remained together for the entire history of the band, while Steve Shelley (drums) followed a series of short-term drummers in 1985, rounding out the core line-up. Sonic Youth ‎– The Destroyed Room B-Sides And Rarities Label: Goofin' Records ‎– goo-012, Goofin' Records ‎– Goo-012.

Out of Stock

Many printers and scanners use driverless technologies such as AirPrint or IPP Everywhere, which don't require additional drivers on your Mac. Ncr personal scanner driver for mac 10 11 6 Always before connecting the device to your Mac for the first time. But third-party drivers might still be available for older devices that do require a driver.

Boomkat Product Review:

I don't think it's a secret how much we're all rabid about Sonic Youth here, their latest effort 'Rather Ripped' made us weak at the knees illustrating that they're still one of the finest bands the world has to offer. This latest disc is a much needed compilation of 'odds and sods', and while it may smack of contractual obligation and the cynical Christmas cash-in, it's Sonic Youth and the quality is simply shockingly good throughout. I shouldn't be surprised, the Youth have rarely let me down, and even though this is comprised of random compilation appeercussive flourishes and pounding before memorable and distinctly SY melodiarances, lesser known b-sides and unreleased tracks and they all come from SY's post 1995 pre 2006 period there isn't a bad track on here. Sony Corporation. Not only this but it flows as if the tracks were always supposed to be heard together with the production differences between tracks only adding to the band's necessary grit and grind. Surprisingly the cuts are largely instrumental, and the album is kicked off in true style with the 10 minute jam 'Fire Engine Dream'. This is core-sound Sonic Youth and totally encapsulates my love for the band; discordant riffs building and building over Kraut-lite pes emerge through the noise and mayhem. This outtake from the Sonic Nurse sessions sounds surprisingly current given the world's sudden interest in everything noisy and unexpected (just check Mister Moore's lineup for this Christmas's ATP and you'll know what I'm talking about) and is in my opinion reason enough to cough up your hard-earned for yet another item of Sonic Youth goodness. Luckily though there's more to come, with the Kim-heavy one minute loveliness of 'Bull in the Heather' B-Side 'Razor Blade', the droning beauty of 'Blink', the haunting almost shoegazer sounding 'Loop Cat' and the slow burning instrumental goodness of previously unreleased gem 'Three-Part Sectional Love Seat'. For me though the most important track on this generous collection is the full un-trimmed version of one of my all time favourite Sonic Youth tracks; the wonderful 'The Diamond Sea' presented here in all its 25 minute glory, totally untouched by the butchering hands of label. I've been waiting a long time for this one, and it's simply one of the group's finest moments, summing up everything about the band that makes them so darn good - that collision of pure pop and devastatingly uncompromising noise and experimental rock. No excuses - just buy it.

(Redirected from The Destroyed Room: B-sides and Rarities)
Sonic
The Destroyed Room: B-sides and Rarities
Compilation album by
ReleasedDecember 12, 2006
Recorded1994, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2003
Genre
Length76:49
LabelDGC
Sonic Youthcompilation album chronology
Screaming Fields of Sonic Love
(1995)
The Destroyed Room: B-sides and Rarities
(2006)
Hits Are for Squares
(2008)
Sonic Youth chronology
Rather Ripped
(2006)
The Destroyed Room: B-Sides and Rarities
(2006)
SYR7: J'Accuse Ted Hughes
(2008)
Singles from The Destroyed Room: B-sides and Rarities

The Destroyed Room: B-sides and Rarities is a compilation album by Sonic Youth. This album contains tracks previously only available on vinyl, limited-release compilations, imports and B-sides to international singles. The tracks, which also include unreleased material, were hand-picked by the band. The album was released on December 12, 2006. A double vinyl LP edition with two extra tracks was released in early 2007 on the band's own Goofin' Records label. The cover image, as well as the album's name, is 'The Destroyed Room', a 1978 photograph by Canadian artist Jeff Wall.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic65/100[1]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[2]
Robert Christgau[3]
Pitchfork7.2/10[4]
PopMatters[5]
Rolling Stone[6]
Slant[7]
Spin6/10[8]
StylusC+[9]

The album has a score of 65 out of 100 from Metacritic based on 'generally favorable reviews'.[1]Filter gave the album a score of 91% and called it 'an impeccably selected hodgepodge.'[10]NME gave it a score of 7 out of 10 and stated: 'You hear a band capable of genuine prettiness as well as arch cleverness.'[1] However, other reviews are average, mixed or negative: The Austin Chronicle gave the album 3 of 5 stars and called it, 'a sonically interesting mess but proof that not everything [Sonic Youth] record should be released.'[11]Under the Radar gave it 6 stars out of 10 and said it was 'often more exciting, edgy and experimental than [the band's] previous work.'[1]Playlouder gave it 3 stars out of 5 and stated that 'some of this record is excellent and after all this time [Sonic Youth] can still sound like four teenagers kicking up a racket in a rehearsal room.'[1]Uncut likewise gave it 3 stars and called it 'a nicely ambient version of their usual hellacious harmonics, but also a reminder how the band have attained creative control on a major label.'[1]Now also gave it 3 stars and said it was 'more for the dedicated convert than the curious.'[1][12]Hartford Courant gave it an average review, and said of the songs, 'Even when they're abrasive, though, the songs are fascinating for what they show about the band's creative process.'[13]Drowned in Sound gave it a score of 5 out of 10, and said, 'The majority of this record meanders along like a fuel-starved express train whose driver has taken an extended lunchbreak; experimental noise follows more experimental noise.'[14]Billboard gave the album a mixed review, saying it was, 'overall, worth a spin or two, but one hopes there's a better stash left to sample.'[1]Yahoo! Music UK gave the album 3 of 10 stars, and called it 'an aimless blur of humming amps, pointless mucking about with effects, dreary jams propelled by meandering guitar interplay, and bleak, endless droning.'[15]

Track listing[edit]

CD version
  1. 'Fire Engine Dream' – 10:22
  2. 'Fauxhemians' - 4:04
  3. 'Razor Blade' - 1:08
  4. 'Blink' - 5:27
  5. 'Campfire' - 2:19
  6. 'Loop Cat' - 5:39
  7. 'Kim's Chords' - 6:02
  8. 'Beautiful Plateau' - 3:07
  9. 'Three Part Sectional Love Seat' - 8:16
  10. 'Queen Anne Chair' - 4:37
  11. 'The Diamond Sea' - 25:48
Double vinyl version

Sonic Youth The Destroyed Room B-sides And Rarities

  1. 'Fire Engine Dream' – 10:22
  2. 'Fauxhemians' - 4:04
  3. 'Is It My Body?' - 2:49
  4. 'Doctor's Orders (T-vox version)' - 4:20
  5. 'Razor Blade' - 1:08
  6. 'Blink' - 5:27
  7. 'Campfire' - 2:19
  8. 'Loop Cat' - 5:39
  9. 'Kim's Chords' - 6:02
  10. 'Beautiful Plateau' - 3:07
  11. 'Three Part Sectional Love Seat' - 8:16
  12. 'Queen Anne Chair' - 4:37
  13. 'The Diamond Sea' - 25:48

Track information[edit]

  • Fire Engine Dream (2003) - outtake from Sonic Nurse; previously unreleased
  • Fauxhemians (2002) - from the Noho Furniture sessions; originally released on the compilation All Tomorrow's Parties 1.1, released on ATP Records
  • Is It My Body? (1991) - Alice Cooper cover; B-side from 'Sugar Kane' single
  • Doctor's Orders (T-vox version) (1994) - B-side from 'Bull in the Heather' single
  • Razor Blade (1994) - B-side from 'Bull in the Heather' single
  • Blink (1999) - from the Pola X Soundtrack
  • Campfire (2000) - from the compilation At Home with the Groovebox, released on Grand Royal Records
  • Loop Cat (2003) - from the compilation You Can Never Go Fast Enough, released on Plain Recordings
  • Kim's Chords (2004) - from the British and Japanese edition of Sonic Nurse
  • Beautiful Plateau (2004) - from the Japanese edition of Sonic Nurse
  • Three Part Sectional Love Seat (2001) - from the Noho Furniture sessions; previously unreleased
  • Queen Anne Chair (2001) - from the Noho Furniture sessions; previously unreleased
  • The Diamond Sea (1995) - full version from 'The Diamond Sea' single; a slightly shorter version appeared on Washing Machine

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcdefgh'The Destroyed Room: B-Sides And Rarities by Sonic Youth'. metacritic.com. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  2. ^Allmusic review
  3. ^'Robert Christgau: CG: Sonic Youth'. www.robertchristgau.com. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  4. ^'Sonic Youth: The Destroyed Room: B-Sides and Rarities Album Review - Pitchfork'. pitchfork.com. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  5. ^'Sonic Youth: The Destroyed Room'. popmatters.com. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  6. ^'Sonic Youth: The Destroyed Room : Music Reviews : Rolling Stone'. archive.org. 2 October 2007. Archived from the original on 2 October 2007. Retrieved 3 July 2017.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  7. ^'Sonic Youth The Destroyed Room: B-Sides and Rarities - Album Review - Slant Magazine'. slantmagazine.com. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  8. ^'SPIN'. Spin. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  9. ^'Stylus Magazine review'. stylusmagazine.com. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  10. ^'Filter-Mag.com'. archive.org. 5 March 2007. Archived from the original on 5 March 2007. Retrieved 3 July 2017.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  11. ^'Sonic Youth'. austinchronicle.com. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  12. ^'SONIC YOUTH'. nowtoronto.com. 14 December 2006. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  13. ^'Rough Cuts And Roiling Waters'. courant.com. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  14. ^'Album Review: Sonic Youth - The Destroyed Room: B-sides and Rarities'. drownedinsound.com. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  15. ^'LAUNCH, Music on Yahoo! - Sonic Youth - The Destroyed Room'. archive.org. 13 January 2007. Archived from the original on 13 January 2007. Retrieved 3 July 2017.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)

Sonic Youth The Destroyed Room Rar Trailer

Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Destroyed_Room:_B-Sides_and_Rarities&oldid=918394304'